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Donations are used to recruit, train and support volunteer advocates who provide direct service to the children and families we serve within the First Judicial District Court system. Funds are also used to educate the community about the role of CASA and the services we provide to children.

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Ad·vo·cate ’ad-v-kt,-kt noun 1. one that pleads the cause of another; specifically: one that pleads the cause of another before a tribunal or judicial court 2. one that defends or maintains a cause or proposal 3. one that supports or promotes the interests of another

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May 14 2021

Advocate Spotlight: Carolyn Clemens

Carolyn Clemens is a trailblazer for women’s and children’s rights here in Montana. The first female law clerk for a Montana State Supreme Court Justice, and one of the first female deputy county attorneys, Carolyn has spent almost forty years advocating for women’s and children’s issues to be heard by the courts. Here at CASA we are proud to have had Carolyn as one of our first peer coordinators and are happy she stuck with us and continues to be a special advocate for children in our community.

April 14 2021

Advocate Spotlight: Bill Collins

Bill Collins was the beginning of CASA of Lewis & Clark and Broadwater Counties and has dedicated over fifty years of his life to helping families and children live happier, more connected lives.  “CASA has truly been the highlight of my professional career. People give so much of themselves for free. It is so important to the individuals who come into your life because of what we do,” -- Bill Collins April being “Child Abuse Prevention Month" we wanted to highlight this amazing man and share his journey in creating the Helena CASA as we know it today.

April 06 2021

CASA Receives $10,000 Legacy Gift to acknowledge retirement of Stockman Bank Helena Market President John McLaughlin

HELENA, MT —After more than 27 years in the banking industry and playing a vital role in the opening of Stockman Bank’s first full-service location in Helena, John McLaughlin recently retired as Helena Market President. To recognize McLaughlin’s years of service and contributions to the community, Stockman Bank donated $10,000 to the organization of his choice. He chose CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) to make a positive impact on behalf of abused and neglected children.  The gift is CASA’s largest corporate donation to date.

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